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my my my my ♪ ♪ oh give me love my my my my hands in the air give me love ♪ ♪ my my my my oh give me love my my my my give me love my my my my ♪ ♪ oh give me love my my my my oh give me love my my my my oh give me love my my my my give me love ♪ ♪ my my my my oh give me love my my my my oh give me love ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> carson: that was ed sheeran. "plus" is the name of his full length debut which finally lands here on june 12th in the u.s. when we get back, one more from ed sheeran after this.
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now we're gonna send you back to hotel café for one more from ed sheeran and a song called "lego house." enjoy that, we'll see you soon on "last call." ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pick up the pieces and build a lego house ♪ ♪ and if things go wrong we can knock it down my three words have two meanings ♪ ♪ there's one thing on my mind it's all for you ♪ ♪ and it's dark in a cold december, but i've got ya to keep me warm ♪ ♪ and if you're broken i will mend ya and keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on now ♪ ♪ i'm out of touch
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i'm out of love i'll pick you up when you're getting down ♪ ♪ and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪ ♪ i'm out of sight i'm out of mind i'll do it all for you in time ♪ ♪ and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪
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hey, everybody. so glad you're with us today. aren't we, hoda? >> we sure are. >> it's boozeday tuesday, september 4th. i guess it's back to school day for a lot of people. >> i felt it this morning. there is something in the air when this time of the year starts. you remember your first day of school and all the kids and the school bus. hannah went to the school bus. there is a picture. there's the bus coming and she is in the foreground. the bus is coming. it's an exciting day. do you remember your first day of school, you would dress up? >> now it's required they go so much earlier. we -- everything was -- you could choose whether to send your children to nursery school or kindergarten. i didn't really go to school -- >> at all. >> yeah. it's also back in the 1880s so i don't remember it very well.
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i started going to school in europe though. we lived in europe until i was 5 years old. then we came here to the u.s. >> yes. >> i remember distinctly having the outfit picked out, having it on the bed, being excited to put it on. >> yes. will but your mother will gives you your back-to-school bangs. remember those? they're up to here and crooked. you look like that guy in "liar, liar." >> i love that movie. a lot of people will did send pics of their kids going off to school, first day. here is martin his first day in new york. here's rachel, kensie and carmen. all on their first day of fifth grade in hershey, pennsylvania. >> how many of these did we get? >> oh, look at zach. i like the hat. >> it was a big day for me yesterday. cassidy went off to study. and i sobbed. i said i wouldn't do it especially in front of her.
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i was in my robe running after the car. i was a mess. >> was it weird? >> frank and i looked at each other afterwards, frank, me and the three dogs. i went, i don't like this. it's way too quiet around here. oh, my gosh. i'll be all right. then you can't go into their room. >> yeah. >> you can't go into their rooms. so i had a big old sobfest. i told her to come home tomorrow. >> we'll see. >> we'll see. i have some guests here today. a friend of mine named drew marshall on the left. drew is one of the best radio hosts i've ever met in my life. we met when i was a guest on his show, lives in canada. hey, drew. >> hi -- >> how can people hear you on the radio, baby? >> sorry, what? >> how can people hear you on the radio? >> they can go to drew marshall.ca.
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>> this lovely couple that are with him. they were getting married. i never met them before. mari and chad, are they like ken and barbie. i guess mari you were a fan or something and so i did a video for you. >> just like that. >> now you put you on tv so that's enough. how's the marriage going? >> pretty good >> made it through the first year. >> yes. good for you. >> congratulations. we were gone for a week. >> yes. >> sometimes we're gone when we're here. >> we were definitely gone yesterday. >> where were you? >> i spent some time in l.a. where i visited with you. i spent time at the beach and i went to the u.s. open yesterday, which by the way is such a fun thing to do. sherry in the middle, she was really great. she helped us have fun at the open. >> in other words, she gave you great seats. >> i feel bad even saying that. yes, she did. >> busted! >> and serene arena played and -
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slaughtered, i didn't know what the other girl's name was, frankly. >> who was the guy there? >> that's a friend of mine. >> a friend of hers. we want to thank the u.s. open for sending over these lovely wine glasses to us. i was out in l.a. doing an interview with justin bieber and his mom who has a big, big book coming out, patty, which i think we'll have on in a couple of weeks. also while i was there -- we start rehearsals today for my show. >> what's it called? >> "scandalous"! >> i heard a rumor. >> carolee had never been at angela's temple. she had never, ever been there before. it was so much fun to see her light up while we were there. it's been a good week. it's been a good week. will. >> while we were gone, jay leno had a little fun at our expense. you know the whole prince harry thing is still brewing. that thing is not going to die.
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>> too juicy, too good. >> leno had fun. let's listen to this. >> two of the women that allegedly partied with him. you knew this was going to happen. they've now come forward. here's the report. take a look. >> not every girl can marry a prince, but partying with one has to be a close second. days after photos of prince harry hit the internet, a new photo showed just who was partying with the naked prince. these two women from new york got a glimpse of the crown jewels. >> that's funny. i wish! will >> come on. don't you love harry? >> you know what? if he were my son, i would tan his hide. but since it's such a great-looking hide -- no. you've got to love the guy. we're wild about harry. >> he had a public event. his first public event. you wondered how he was going to react, what he was going to be like. and he handled it like a champ. >> like a prince. >> yeah. let's listen.
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>> all you children, families, nurses, doctors, volunteers, are quite frankly too remarkable for me adequately to describe with mere words. but never one to be shy in coming forward, i'll give it a go. >> he's cute. come on! >> i wonder if the kids knew what the heck he was talking about there. he's sheepish. remember his mom used to do that? >> yes. that look. >> that little look. gosh, can you believe it's been 15 years? >> no. >> p since she was killed. >> no. i read it in the paper the other day. there is a big story on the cover of "vanity fair." it talks about how there were auditions for the role of tom cruise's wife. you've actually heard stories about this. >> it's just so bizarre. >> but it was interesting because this article talks about how there was an iranian british
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actresses who was interviewed initially they thought for some role in a movie. >> beautiful girl. >> i think it's nazanini boniadi. >> she is a scientologist and she met cruise and dated for a few months, but apparently she wasn't the one to be chosen. and she talked to a friend asai she was heartbroken about tom cruise an she was really crazy about him. apparently, according to this article, the folks from scientology said she had to lose the red highlights, lose her braces and lose the boyfriend, then she could be with tom cruise. she told her story to a fellow scientologist friend of hers and i guess that friend went to the higher-ups and said, look, she told. they got upset with her. and according to the article, they said she was punished by having to scrub toilets with a toothbrush and dig ditches in the middle of the night. >> it seems so bizarre. who wrote it, maureen?
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>> maureen north. and she had some good sources, too. >> it's too bizarre for words. >> that's all allegations. >> scientology say the allegations about the church supposedly auditions prospective brides for tom cruise is a false piece of gossip floating around the tabloids for years. >> so this young woman since left the church and so has her mother along with paul hagis, who's also the great director who is also one of the sources. >> yeah. he says -- >> i hope all of it is untrue. i don't like to read stuff like that. >> i know. >> we've met tom cruise. he is an absolutely delightful guy to be around. frank worked with him on "jerry mcguire." he wasn't in any scenes with him, but he said he came to the set when those guys were there shooting just to support. he's the kind of guy on a set, they tell you, knows every member of the crews' names and gives gifts. he's a nice man, so i don't want to believe that one.
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>> today is a big day for steve harvey. >> that i want to believe. >> he has his talk show started today. >> i wish him all the best. >> he's the one who talked about the difference between fun and joy. fun is something you seek out like going to a movie or a comedy club. he said that's having fun. joy is when you open your eyes and you're happy with who you are. >> grateful. >> he has great words of wisdom so i'm rooting for him. >> absolutely. i want to wish michael strahan all the best as well. he just started this morning. the world's worst-kept secret in show business. he's a lovely guy,s an an ex-g. you know what today is? we have a lovely couple on the phone. we always do "everyone has a story." ♪ everyone has a story that changes their life ♪ >> you get this only once a month. >> i want to hear it again. ♪ nothing will be the same
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again ♪ >> all righty. it's jullian and jo draper grante from fredericksburg, virginia. is it julian? >> julian. >> julian wrote in to tell us about his wife jo. you're a veteran, two tours in vietnam. you had a hard time since then, tell us about it. >> well, i've had cancer for the last 12 years, and i have a lot of chronic pain and neuropathy as we saw building with not only the chemotherapy but dealing with the side effects of the cancer. and it's directly because of being exposed to agenting orange. >> often the wives write in about the spouse. >> she would think you were the hero. you wrote in about your wife. are you there too, jo? >> i am. >> you wrote a beautiful letter
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and hopefully we've written a beautiful song to bless you. we'll see you on thursday. enjoy your time in new york. we'll see you thursday. >> yeah. coming up. >> i'm a little off today. >> we're all off. >> that's the problem. >> this will fix it. >> so what were your favorite celebrities up to while you were enjoying that holiday weekend, hodawoman? >> we'll catch you up on all that was buzzing around tinseltown after this. and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this parade honoring america's troops. ich is actually ite fitting because ico has been serving e military for over 75 years. aawh no, look, i know this is about the troops and not about me. right, but i don't look like that. who can i write a letter to about this? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. mike's being healthy and chewing like a man. introducing one-a-day vitacraves for men! it's a gummy multivitamin... with more vitamin b, to convert food to energy, and help mike do manly things,
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wives to marry tom. >> it sounds medieval. >> it does. that's what makes this so interesting. "vanity fair," a very respected publication finally seems to have nailed this down and got somebody to talk about it. has been confirmed by paul hakis, director of "crash" who is an ex-scientologist. what is important for tom, this is a magazine that he trusted seven years ago to show suri for the very first time. >> i forgot about that. who is their major source? >> this is an ex-scientologist on the record. the actress you spoke about is not quoted in this story. it is sources. however a fantastic magazine. now this has started that whole debate again and people are wondering were there other girls that auditioned for this role? >> tom cruise is one of the biggest movie stars in the world. can't he get a date on his own without everybody auditioning? it makes no sense to me. >> i think there were a lot of
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ladies who would like to date tom. what the article is implying is the scientology center wants a very specific type of lady to be his wife. and tom is very, very important in this church, in this organization. >> i just can't imagine he would allow himself to be manipulated like that. >> they say this is all lies, his lawyer, the people, the scientology center says it's not true. >> prince harry we saw a clip of him. >> just a disclaimer. hoda is hot for harry. >> he's amazing. he has a dynamic quality. he went to a benefit last night. i had a couple of friends that were there. they said like princess diana, he got down on the floor, looked these children in the eyes. just before they arrived, a cheeky little chap who has leukemia did an interview with itv. there he is. he said on the itv when he meets harry, he's going to want to say, i'm glad you've got your clothes on. harry saw the interview and ribbed him about that there.
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i know what you want to say, but please don't. a girl gave him a kiss and hugged her and he said, we only just met. >> russell crowe was paddling around in the long island sound. what happened? how did he get lost for four hours? >> well, he's doing noah. >> he is. he was paddling around, lost about 4 1/2 hours. the coast guard did get him. what they are saying they didn't rescue him, they gave him a lift back to where he was from. >> oh, come on. >> russell is a guy's guy. he doesn't want people to think he was lost. that's his friend and the coast guard took photographs after. he looks a little different. >> let's talk about heidi klum and seal. >> he did an interview. he was caught on the fly and he said something that he now regrets now he's backtracking. he said he wished heidi hadn't fornicated with the help.
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that is a harsh thing to say. what he is saying now is saying nothing happened with the bodyguard while they were still married, but they are technically still married. now he is back-pedalling back. heidi put out a statement saying she is happy with their time together. interestingly, there is a new picture of heidi with a different bodyguard. >> look how he loves it. >> you're sick. >> he's in the right business. >> we love you, rob. it is up, up and away when sara blasts off on another adventure. >> will she make a splash or crash?
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time for sara breaks out of the city. this week she is headed down to the jersey shore for a flying lesson. >> we hear you really had to keep your headed above the
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water. how did it go? >> it's counterintuitive but a new device uses water to help me catch air. you've seen james bond use one in "thunderball" and tony stark soar in the "ironman" movie. now almost anyone can levitate in the air with the jet pack. pp it auz of of mtd . >> it's an adrenaline rush. it's something where it's so unnatural. think about it. man has been trying to fly for how many years? >> manny bellow rents the jets at jersey shore water craft rentals in seaside heights. the engine trails the jet pack and propels water downward to launch a rider up to 30 feet in the air. really advanced pilots can run on water, dive below and corkscrew. what's the verb, are you jet leving, jumping, flying, swimming, are you dying? pp kobld. >> corporate headquarters call it jet-leving.
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i would call it flying. jet packing. >> you have to be at least 16 years old and weigh between 90 and 380 pounds. what tips can you give me? >> it isn't about the muscles. we've had young girls who have gone up there and just out-performed most of the guys. >> i think i'm ready. anything else? >> why don't we set you up with the crew now. >> ray ortiz is my certified instructor, strapping me in and schooling me before i can take flight. >> how does that feel? >> great. i'm not going anywhere, that as for sure. >> to stand up, i want your feet underneath you. thrust your hips forward. put your heels on the edge. ready? one, two, three, go. >> it's cold. whoo! with ray at the controls and his directions pumped into the ear piece under my helmet, i'm ready to let my lev on. >> three, two, one, bring your arms down. down one, down one. there it is, there it is. nice, stable, perfect. perfect. look at that!
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oh, yeah! >> as the crowd cheers me on, i'm ready to try the fancy corkscrew. >> now, when i throttle you up, i want you to keep lowering your hands and you'll stay right above the water going real fast. >> whoa! it's not pretty, but they're now calling this move the sara. just a little speed bump on the way to getting up and running. jet-levs went into production just last year. you can only find them at a few locations around the country. it wasn't all smooth sailing out there. here is an outtake. >> we saw one. ouch. >> oh, my gosh! >> can i say something? there were certain people in the studio who laughed when they saw that. >> who? >> i know who they are. that is awful. that must have hurt. >> you had bruises? >> that was the most beaten up i have been after a segment.
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that's when the producer stood up and said, we're done, we're done. everyone was safe. we were safe. i was being bold so they let me go further. >> without training. >> without training at all. >> sara, we're glad you're back in one piece. coming up next -- >> she's training for the marathon, too. >> unbelievable. coming up next, we'll meet the guys behind the internet sensation.
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that's "stuff girls say." the viral video had millions of hits on youtube. >> kyle and graden are writers and authors of the new book called [ bleep ] girls say. >> hey, guys. we've been featuring you over the months. >> where is your material coming from, you two? >> everywhere. >> if we ever take anything from our friends we try to tell them. we hear it on the streets, everywhere and we try to write it down. >> it's a theme. >> now, graden, you're usually in drag. >> i am. >> you chose not to be in drag with us today. >> this is removable. >> have you ever done drag with the facial hair? >> i have. >> a lot of we women battle that. >> how long does the transformation take? >> it's about an hour. that is my friend rob doing the make-up for us for our cover shoot. >> that's how long it takes me. >> how did it catch on? tell us how quickly this thing caught fire. >> well, you guys really helped.
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you showed it in december, and it just took off from the youtube video, from there. >> yeah? >> yeah. then we got the idea to do the book, we got really will excited about making a book, seemed like a logical next step from the twitter and youtube to the book. >> what do people say about these when they see them? kath and i cracked up. what reaction do you get on the street from women or men? >> nobody recognizes me. >> thankfully. >> a really good reception. everyone loves it when they find out we've done the videos. they get into it and start quoting it. >> i guess somebody could be offended, but i couldn't imagine who would be. have you ever heard from anybody that says, "that's sexist." >> very rarely. our families are so happy for us and our friends love it. you know, overwhelming support. >> when you do a video like this, does it turn into something lucrative or is it just something people click on? do you make money off of it? >> doing a book hopefully.
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>> the book will help, hopefully. >> you don't get any money from youtube or anything? i don't know how that works. >> right. no. >> who is making all this money on youtube? >> i don't know. are there certain women you draw from to get your materials? friends, sisters? >> i think our sisters and mothers. >> they get a kick out of it. >> what are your mom's? >> my mom's, could you heat up my magic bag? >> magic bag? >> they live in toronto. they need a warm scarf. what about you? >> my mom? i don't know. it's mostly kyle's sister who gives us so many. >> what are hers? >> ice cream makes me cough. that was her big one. >> i like the word moist. >> so do we, especially when panties is right next to it. >> damp. >> right. damp rancid panties.
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it is time for "today's beauty." the arrival of fall is a time to take a look at your cosmetics and decide what to save, toss and what you should buy to kick off a new season. >> here to update your beauty routine to transition from summer to fall, mally. >> often in your makeup bag you have summer stuff that you don't feel is right for fall, you toss. but you say hang on to some of it. >> some of the things you should always keep, especially when fall comes around.
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beautiful eyeliners and gorgeous colors. purple. do you like purple? >> no, not as an eyeliner. >> okay. >> i have nothing against the color personally just not around my eyes. >> great colors around the eyes. greens, purples. blues? >> no. >> i love it. eyebrows, great. eyebrows are always big but especially in the fall. this season brows are going to be big. >> you've got great eyebrows. >> thanks. because i draw them on. this is a liquid marker. you can draw it in. it lasts a long time. you can get a really precise look. >> that's funny with the bronzer coming up next. i thought that was something to toss. >> you have that beautiful healthy glow naturally in the summer. we don't want to turn into a pasty mess once winter comes. >> i like the sun. >> so there you go.
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so kiep keep that bronzer, keep that healthy glow all year long. >> but there's a shelf life on these things, right? never keep anything more than six months? >> for sure. everything has a different shelf life. depending. look it up online and see. >> i have stuff in a ziploc that's been there more than a year. and i'm fine with it. >> we should talk. there's a giant wastepaper basket here which means these are the things that we toss when fall comes around. super sparkly eye shadows. i wouldn't imagine you'd wear those. >> no. >> these are what you don't want anymore. fall is coming, more elegant. really soft lips. they are always gorgeous. in the summertime they are appropriate. in the winter, you can go darker with your lip. also, again, bright white eye shadows. we want to keep everything
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really soft and pretty, everything that's going to kind of pop out, you want to take those and throw those in the garbage. >> so what should we buy? >> it's all about skin in the fall. in the summer you're going for that dewey, healthy, i just have been frolicking. you frolic, i know you do. >> naked all the time. >> i knew it. >> with harry. >> what you want is a beautiful sort of semi-matte foundation. >> it seems to have your name on it. some home cooking is going on. >> really just great nourishing foundation that almost acts as a skin care as well, but has a beautiful matte finish. >> your beautiful looks fantastic. >> thank you. >> a great old jar of vaseline is always great. believe it or not, it's ace
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great thing to keep hydrated, in the fall. you can use it on your eyelids to get a glossy look. tap it on to your cheekbone. your lips. great, soft warm will brown matte eyeliner. you like brown? >> yes. >> yay! >> we have a winner. thank you. >> i like vaseline, too. >> of course you do. >> oh, girls. smudgy eyeliner for that morning after kind of a look. a nice keep mulberry lipstick. >> i like that. >> thank you, mally. coming up next, they're nothing to sneeze at. >> we'll show you how to make allergy-free snacks for school. good morning. i'm meteorologist crystal egger with the weather channel and your forecast for the next week. we'll start here with this afternoon, more showers and storms around the great lakes. we do have a severe weather threat that includes chicago,
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even back into st. louis we're expecting some storms. so keep an eye to the sky later today. if you hear thunder rumbling, you definitely want to get indoors. a cold front works its way across the east so again we're expecting more showers in places like new york, philly and d.c., even around atlanta. a hit-and-miss around the afternoon. the heat is locked in the southern plains, dallas and oklahoma triple digits, hot and humid as the recovery continues from isaac along the gulf coast. about 80 degrees for the high today in new york city as we're expecting storms and showers. plenty of cloud cover around. by thursday, it quiets down, there will still be spotty weather, president baobama maki his speech in north carolina. there is a threat of thunderstorms, outdoor venue. almost fall-like in some areas, 77 in las vegas, by friday.
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next system that cold front that cooled off the high plains moves back into the lakes, 75 in chicago, 90 in atlanta, drying off in the east coast. saturday, we're back in the unsettled pattern as the next upper-level system will makes its way to the east. so it's not looking like the best weekend, saturday and sunday across the northeast, hopefully we'll be more in an isolated severe weather pattern here for the weekends. kind of hit and miss with those thunderstorms. and by monday, much quieter with the exception of new england. we'll watch a few showers and storms pop up over the high roc rockies. you can "wake up with al" weekday mornings at 6:00 and 10:00 a.m. on the weather channel. so, we all set? i've got two tickets to paradise! pack your bags, we'll leave tonight. uhh, it's next month, actually... eddie continues singing: to tickets to... paradiiiiiise! no four. remember? whoooa whooaa whooo!
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now on "today's kitchen, what's cooking," allergy-free snacks for you and your kids. with a number of children with food allergies on the rise, it
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can be difficult to find safe snacks they'll actually want to eat. >> the authors of allergy-free snack cookbook, shari and judy zucker. so good to see you. >> hi, how are we doing? >> what are we making today? >> we are making gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan pizza. >> and the reason you guys got hooked on this allergy-free cooking is? >> my son has allergy, a protein found in dairy and gluten intolerance which is found in wheat. rye and -- >> so this was born out of necessity in a way. >> a necessity, but we get a lot of hits on our web site and
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people are wondering -- because this is our fifth book. they are asking me, can we make things without wheat? can we make this, that? >> over 15 million people suffer from food allergies. we've always been about educating others on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. >> okay. >> well, educate us, ladies, please. >> i'm shari. >> judy. >> shari like ferrari because i'm fast and sexy. >> and modest. >> let's do it. >> my husband will like that one. trust me. we have brown rice flour. we use whole grain flour. we don't use white. then we add pap yotapioca flour. >> it gives it great texture. because you don't have the gluten, you want to keep the texture. this is very important. >> extra virgin olive oil, then some herbs. oh, i got some on my dress.
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>> and a little bit of salt and little bit of honey. >> sea salt? >> what is that stuff? >> this is the yeast mixture. this is going to make the dough rise. >> what is that? honey? >> the honey goes with the yeast mixture. any form of sweetener. all our books are sugar-free. they're plant-based, easy to make recipes. >> okay. come on down here. >> now we roll this out. two pieces of wax paper here, usually put some flour in here so it doesn't stick. >> right. and roll it. you want to roll this out? >> not really. >> okay, that's fine. >> that was fun. >> then we have the finished product over here. >> this is good. >> we love this easy to make tomato sauce. >> put tomato sauce on. we've got all these fantastic different veggies to put on. now, listen, a lot of it is
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about presentation and looks. >> okay. >> for example, if we're not putting cheese on the recipes here -- >> oh, that's nice, hoda. that really looks good. it's all about presentation. >> broccoli is very high in protein. it's excellent for you. >> what's that? >> it's a dairy-free cheese, high in protein. >> put it on there! >> awesome. >> vegan dairy-free cheese. >> we have 30 seconds. do you want to show us? >> that's the pizza. after we have excellent tasty treats. they are so good they're scandalous. >> these are oatmeal raisin cookies. everybody's favorite in our book. and these are carob. it's different than chocolate. >> by the way, i'm just going to point out, that is delicious. >> thank you! >> all right. >> all sugar-free as well. >> what is that? >> this is rice milk.

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